Beachcomber Le Victoria Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... The waiter gives us a menu, but he then brings out some samples of his seafood on a plate. They look plastic. He says we can have fish, fish, fish, prawns or lobster, with chips, salad and rice. We order fish and chips. I wonder why we came to a traditional Mauritian restaurant just so we could eat fish and chips.
After lunch Ibrahim takes us to the SSR Botanical Gardens. SSR stands for Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam. I can see why they call it SSR. He was the first ...
... to pay, which is odd as we'd tipped after the meals but hey ho, load the car and we hit the road. It soon becomes apparent that our vehicle is not going to win any drag races, but the island is pretty small so no big deal, the drive to Port Louie is a little painful and overtaking is tricky with the power package I have to hand but we arrive after around forty minutes and stop at Caudan waterfront, very pleasant and found a floating restaurant for a lunchtime beer. ...
... were picnicking under the trees and some braving the surf. The waves crashing on the reef were most impressive. We all enjoyed a spoonful of almond kulfi from a proper ice cream seller before a nice supper in a local restaurant which I'd decorated and named after bottle tops La Capsule. thankfully we were under cover in the garden but the rain had now died out for the day. More promised for tomorrow ...
... bought hot water in teapots and we sat and enjoyed tasting the various teas.
We could have sat and drank tea and admired the beautiful views all afternoon but we still had a rum distillery, anthurium plants to see and lunch at the plantation house to look forward too and something we weren't expecting a visit to a crocodile and giant tortoise park ! but that can follow tomorrow, so pour yourself a cuppa and enjoy sharing in the tea part of our tea & tipple day.
... saw a number of Hindu fishermen shrines both in and just out of the water and a picnic spot where a number of Indian dressed women were dancing and singing. When we had had enough of walking we hopped on another mad local bus for the trip back. We decided to buy food to cook in our apartment because it was fully equipped and so had a late afternoon swim back at our beach and the first home cooked meal for ...